Gorazd Andrejč - filozof i teolog. Radi kao istraživac na Woolf Institutu, Cambridge (UK).
Specijalis...t za filozofiju religije, međuvjerske odnose, Ludwiga Wittgensteina i Paula Tillicha. Studirao je u Mariboru, Cambridgeu i Exeteru. U akademskom smislu istraživanja usmjerava na: systematic/philosophical theologies of the Liberal Christian tradition: F.D.E.Schleiermacher, P. Tillich, D. Tracy. Christian Comparative Theology; Wittgenstein and Theology; Grammatical Thomism; God-talk and philosophical theology of language; Philosophy and Theology of interreligious relations in Europe (esp. the Balkans, Central Europe); Theology of doubt; Interreligious disagreement; ‘Religious’ experience and language; Merleau-Ponty and phenomenology of feeling.
Autor je i suautor mnogih knjiga, članaka i eseja, a član je i nekoliko institucija: St Edmund’s College, Cambridge (Associated member with dining and SCR privileges), The British Society for Philosophy of Religion, The British Wittgenstein Society, European Society for Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies, British International Studies Association (BISA) – Working group Religion, Security an IR, Slovenian Society for Protestant Studies. Također je i dobitnik mnogih nagrada i stipendija: ‘Zois’ Scholarship (prestigious scholarships for ‘gifted students’ awarded by the Slovenian Government), EU grant for half a term abroad (at Philosophy department, University of Sheffield), awarded as an ‘exceptional student’ of philosophy, University of Maribor, CJCR Scholarship Award – Covering University of Cambridge and College fees. (Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations/St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge), ‘Student of the Year’ Award (Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations/St Edmund’s College), 3-Year Full Doctoral Scholarship Award including full maintenance grant, awarded by the College of Humanities, University of Exeter, As a named researcher, co-manager and presenter I’ve helped to attain the funding for the project ‘Reconciliation and Trust-Building in Bosnia-Herzegovina’, Faculty of Divinity, University of Edinburgh (Principal Investigator: Dr George Wilkes, Awarded three-year full-time Junior Research Fellowship for the research project at The Woolf Institute, Cambridge: 1. Wittgenstein and Interfaith Disagreement, awarded funding for the project (with Muhamed Jusic) on the modes of Interfaith Communication among Post-War Generation Youth in Bosnia-Herzegovina.